Shea Butter Mixture Hair Regimen

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How To Use My Shea Butter Mixture

*Please purchase Argan Oil to use in this regimen*


Rinse Out

First: Place a small amount of shea butter onto the palm of your hand.

Drop 5-8 drops of Argan Oil onto the shea butter in your hand

Gently rub hands together until the argan oil and shea butter are mixed together

Apply the Shea Butter & Argan oil directly to the areas on your scalp with bald spots, thinning hair or where hair is brittle and damaged.

For best results apply the shea butter mixture at night and rinse out the following morning.

Leave in:

First: Place a small amount of shea butter onto the palm of your hand.

Drop 5-8 drops of Argan Oil onto the shea butter in your hand

Gently rub handss together until the Argan oil and shea butter are mixed together

Apply the Shea Butter & Argan oil directly to the areas on your scalp with bald spots, thinning hair or where hair is brittle and damaged.

For best results apply the shea butter mixture at night (do not rinse out)

For Hair Moisture

Place a small amount of shea butter onto the palm of your hand and gently rub together until the shea butter is slightly dissolved

On wet or damp hair apply the shea butter directly onto your hair.

Focus on the ends, which tend to have the most damage because it is the “oldest” part of your hair strands.


50 responses to “Shea Butter Mixture Hair Regimen”

  1. L Scales says:

    Hi I just purchased the whipped version of your product. You mentioned that we should mix with argon oil. why not coconut oil as your videos previously showed? Argan is pretty expensive. Just wondering.

    Thank you

    • Jass says:

      Hey There!

      After I made my whipped shea butter mixture I would take a small amount in my hand and then I added 5-8 drops of argan oil onto the shea butter mixture in my hand. I would rub the oils together and then apply that directly to my scalp. I did not use coconut oil in this way.

      I was told by a health care professional that argan oil was great for so many things. I list out the hair benefits of Argan Oil here:

      I really hope this helps you. I will try to make another version of that video in the near future. I will put in here on my website, so that I won’t have any copyright issues next time.

      Thank you for asking and have a great day!
      Jassica 🙂

  2. Dnai Council says:

    Hello my name is hadiyah & about 2 years ago I lost my hair in the middle of my head & it has grew back a little bit but it’s really thin & you can still see the bald spot I’m so insecure about my hair now because I used to have very long thick hair but now I just don’t know what to do I have used products that I think would help but I just don’t see any good results I feel like your black soap shampoo would work for me please help me !!

    • Jass says:

      Hello Hadiyah!

      Thank you for writing to me. Yes, I do see the bald spot and thinning that you are writing about. I am sorry that this is happening to you.

      I also had a bald spot and my Black Soap Shampoo did help me, along side with my Shea Butter Mixture. I will be adding my Black Soap Shampoo to the products list very shortly and you can buy it right off of this site.

      Please give me a few more days. I am having a little setback with the label for the bottle. In the meantime, please make sure to massage your scalp daily for 5-10 mins. I did 5 mins in the morning and 5 mins before bed. I made this process more tolerable by listening to my fav. song about 1 full time and a little extra. That helps to speed time up.

      Also, please make sure that you are drinking water! That will help your body to rid itself of toxic waste and to deliver hydration to your hair and hair follicles. This all aids in helping to promote hair growth.

      Please feel free to write to me anytime. I am here to help you in anyway that I can.
      Have a great day!
      Jassica 🙂

  3. Joshua Soberanes says:

    Hi my name is Joshua and I’m Hispanic , I’ve had alopecia on and off since I was about 8 years old. I get bald spots here and there but when ever my hair grows back it grows back thin. I’m currently taking the steroid injections and to be honest with you, they hurt. I’m 19 yrs old now. I’ve been trying to look for a regimen that can help with my condition. And I’d really like to try yours out. Is there something you’d recommend me to do? And if you do have something! Could you please explain it how I have to do it? And how often do I have to do it? When do I apply it? Do I take it off until I get in the shower? Or do I rinse it off when I get up for work?
    Hope I here back from you.
    Thank you, Joshua

    • Jass says:

      Hello Joshua!
      Thank you so much fro writing to me.

      I am so sorry that you have been suffering from alopecia for so many years. I truly cannot imagine the pain and agony that you have endured. Please know that I am here to support you through this condition.

      Unfortunately, I do not have a regimen that I can suggest to you that will get your hair to grow back. I offer my testimony and the products that have helped me, to those who are also suffering from hair loss conditions, in hopes that it can help them as well. However, with that said, what worked for me may not work for you.

      I have documented my journey so that others know that it is possible to regrow your hair, but everyones case is so different and based on different factors. Please know that the best way to know if it can work for you is to try it out for yourself. That is the only way you or I can know if it will work. I pray that no matter what you decided to do, that your hair grows back. However, if it doesn’t, please know that you are beautiful just the way that you are.

      Have a great day and Big Hugs. xox

  4. Dé'bōrah Glimp Elkey-Anderson says:

    Hi Jass,

    You are very inspiring. I noticed about a year ago that i was getting these circular bald patches in my hair. This was after getting my first relaxer after 4 years. So now i was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata about 6 months ago. I am getting the steroid shots but i have seen little growth. your video and blogs give me hope that i can regrow my hair. Right now i have hair on the perimeter of my head but the middle is bald. It is getting rather difficult to cover up the bald spots in the middle. I would like to try your regiment along with the Shea Mixture. Right now i will try anything.

    • Hello Hun!
      Thank you so much for your kind words.
      I am sorry to read that this has been happening to you.
      Please know that I am here to help you.
      Feel free to try out the regimen. If you have any questions about it, please let me know.
      Have a great day! xo

  5. Bobette says:

    I have lost my hair at the front due to over doing hair styles. I have cut it only at the front bald and I have been using my sha butter mixture I made with the oils you showed on YouTube and I added more of my own oils. I have been putting the mixture of my sha butter every morning and nights, so I wanted to know how often should I wash my hair with shampoo and candition now that the front has been shaved off and is now bald. Also how often should i only wash with water now that i used sha butter mixture daily. I only moisturise my hair once a week when I wash and candition it, but I have not notice hair growth on my whole head. I just want advices on how many times should I moisture my whole hair, washe with shampoo and candition including wash only with water
    Also I have been wearing lots of wigs cause I cut the front bald and my hair is mostly in conrow. Please if you help me have a hair regime.

  6. Shanelle Anderson says:

    Hey Jess,

    I am going to try out your products. How long did it take you to fully grow your hair back ?

    Thanks ,

    Shanelle (:

    • Hello Shanelle!
      It took 1 month to see “stubble”, but it took 6 months to 1 year until my hair fully grew back. I hope this helps you. If you have any more questions, I am always happy to help you out. Have a great day! xo

  7. Maano Tshimange says:

    hello,thank God i finally found someone who went through want i am currently going through. just want to know if you also deliver your products to UK. I’m suffering the same situation and I just shaved my hair recently because i am tired and feel embarrassed. its actually depressing me as I am still young. What would you recommend me to use? please help me!!!

  8. Melicha Smith says:

    Hi Jas! I’ve seen your videos and I was wondering if I have to mix the scalp balm with the argon oil or can I use it as is for hair regrowth?

    • Hello Melicha!
      Thank you so much for writing to me.
      I mixed argan oil with my mixture for the first 3-6 months of my hair “re-growth” journey, but many people have tried it without the argan oil and they have experienced hair re-growth.

      I say, if you currently do not have argan oil, then try the Alopecia Free Scalp Balm without it, however, if you are not noticing any difference after 4-6 weeks than please use it with the argan oil. I hope this helps you.

      If you have any further questions, please feel free to message me again. I am always happy to help you.
      Have a great day!
      Jass xo

  9. Ellie Augustin says:

    Hello; I was wondering is there a brand of Shea Butter that you prefer or would any brand do? I’d like to do this for my little 3 yr old and also since I would be doing this to her hair would I just add it all over her hair or just where I think her hair is thin? (it’s on her hair line and sides.) Thank you so much!

    • Hello Ellie!
      I do have a brand that I prefer {Alopecia Free 😉 }, however, please know that if you would like to use only shea butter on your daughter, my mixtures contains oils and other all natural ingredients that are not listed on my website.

      With that said based on personal experience, shea butter alone is not very effective.

      I would only apply it on the areas with thinning and balding.
      I hope this helps you. Have a great day!
      Jass xo

  10. Kaleisha says:

    Jass do you think I should apply on my current hair condition or should I shave the area then apply it?

  11. Cori Harris says:

    Hello I thought I had posted but I don’t see my comment so I’ll try again. I’m a 41 year old male who has scarring alopecia in a spot on my hairline across my forehead. I cut myself there with a pair of scissors when I was like 11 or 12. Would I use the Shea butter mixture or the Scalp Balm mixture? Thank you.

    • Hello Cori!
      Thank you so much for writing to me. I am so sorry that this happened to you.
      Scarring alopecia is different from getting a scar from an accident. Scarring alopecia is a result of your body attacking itself causing the sufferer to lose their hair and then the body “seals off” the area (which are the scars). There have been cases where people have been able to grow their hair back from scarring alopecia, however, if you have a scar from an accident, this is different. I have not used any of the Alopecia Free products on my scars so I am not sure how that would work out or if it would work out. I guess if you wanted to try a product, you could try either one, however, please keep in mind that I personally would not use these products. I hope this helps you. Have a great day! Jass xo

  12. Aisha says:

    I have had alopecia areata for 6 years now from the age of 11 and lost like 90% of my hair , eyebrows and eylashes and have spent so much money on many product. So do you think the shea butter mix will work?

    • Hello Aisha!
      I am so sorry that you are going through this. Please know that you are not alone.
      When you begin to lose your eyelashes and eyebrows, I believe that products are not the answer. Please don’t take my word for it. The only way to know for sure would be to try it out for yourself. However, my personal suggestion would be to look into internal healing – Curing your AA from the inside out. I am currently finishing writing some of my personal tips regarding this issue. Please stay connected with me on Facebook and you will know when that material will be available to you. Until then, please do not lose hope. There are answers out there. We will get through this together. Blessings. ~Jass xo

  13. LaSonia Blackmon-Cousett says:

    Hello Jassica. I have been suffering with alopecia for about 8yrs. I have been wearing weave to cover up the spots, but now I am ready to see if black soap and shea butter will help.

    • Hello LaSonia!
      Thank you so much for writing to me.
      I am so sorry that you have been suffering alopecia for so long. Please know that I am here and happy to help you. If you are ready to try it out, please keep me posted on your results. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me again. Have a great day! xo

  14. Jasmine says:

    Hello, I’ve been having trouble with growing my edges for years. I’ve also noticed that my hair is thinning in certain areas of my head. I’ve been natural for 2 years almost 3, and my hair doesn’t seem to be growing at all. It still appears like a TWA. I know for a fact that it should be way longer. I have a pretty good hair regimen and I do protective styles frequently. I don’t trim much, and I’m constantly getting single strand knots. I’m not harsh on my hair at all. I’m not understanding what I am doing wrong. My hair seems to be going down hill as I continue in this natural hair journey. I really want to give your product a try, I see that it has done wonders for you & also others as well. Help?

    • Hello Jasmine!

      I am so sorry that you are having issues with your hair growth. There may be many reasons why your hair appears to be growing slowly or not at all. The best way that I can help you is through my eBook here:

      This eBook is filled with a lot of very helpful information that I cannot share all here.
      Feel free to read the book and if you have any further questions at all, I am here to help you.

      Also, if you are more interested in trying the products, I would start off with the Hair Stimulating Kit. It comes with an instruction guide which directs you on how I used the products and how you can use them also.

      Please keep in mind that what worked for me and others may not be the answer for you, but the only way to know would be to give it a try for yourself. I am here to support you on your journey. Do not hesitate to contact me if you need help or any support.

      Have a great day! xo

  15. Anm says:

    U r so beautiful and your face is flawless.. if u don’t mind me asking how do u get it so smooth looking, regimen, make up, moisture ?

    • Hello Anm!
      You are too kind! Thank you so much for your kind words. These are great questions and I will be answering these and more great skin/body care tips on my Youtube Channel in the next upcoming weeks. Please feel free to subscribe to my channel, so that you are notified when the skin care videos are available. Until then, please stay a sweetheart and have a great day!
      Jass xo

  16. Bradley says:

    Hi Jass! I’ve recently started using your shea butter mixture and I’ve been having trouble getting it out of my hair. How do you recommend getting it out?

    • Hello Bradley!
      I am very sorry about that. Yes, Shea Butter can be difficult to remove if you use too much. To remove it, please use a bit of apple cider vinegar with water (50/50 mixture). ACV really helps to clarify the hair and scalp. You can follow the tips in this video, but you do not have to add the coconut oil if you do not have issues detangling your hair:
      If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to message me asap. I am here to help you. Have a great day! xo
      Jass xo

  17. Afiya says:

    Hi Jass
    What product would you recommend for thinning hair line?

    • Hello Afiya!

      Thank you so much for writing to me.
      It all depends why it is thinning. Is it hereditary or alopecia/hair loss related.
      If it is alopecia/hair loss related, the Hair Stimulating Kit or anyone of those 3 AF products have helped many. Please know that everyone is different and what worked for others may not work for you, but the only way for you to know what can work for you would be to try it out for yourself. If you have any further questions or concerns, I am always happy to help you. Have a great day! xo

  18. Jen Jensen says:

    Hi I am so sad, when i saw that i started thair so loose hair front and behind and am still feeding my daughter at the same time. after been like that now i decide that i want to cut all my hair to and start from beginning, my scalp is so dry after i wash my hair with shampoo and even without. after i saw your journey i want to try to do as you did but i guess i will need to see in video what you did after cutting all your hair up to now, could you write to me what i should use specifick and i hope the website you sends orders in europe oz am not in us, hope you really can help me out about shampoo, oil, deep condition, vitamin, fritz, hair style or moisturizer etc

  19. Cedric Lowery says: Hello, I’ve just saw one of your videos and decided to order your shea butter mixture. I cut all of my hair bald and this particular section is growing back slow, it may be alopecia b/c this section was full of hair prior to cutting my hair bald almost a month ago. Any other advice I should take? Thanks.

    • Hello Cedric!
      Thank you for writing and sharing this with me. I am so sorry that this happened to you. Please know that you are not alone and I am happy to help you.

      If you noticed that your hair isn’t growing as quickly after you cut your hair bald, that may be a good sign that you do not have alopecia. For whatever reason, when some people cut/shave/ or do certain styles, it shocks their hair follicles causing them to go into a “resting phase”.

      The resting phase can either cause slower growing hair or no hair growth at all.

      In order to “wake up” the hair follicles it is important to use natural, stimulating products, regularly. It is also very important to give yourself nightly scalp massages before going to bed. Massage your scalp for about 3-5mins with an all natural oil, warmed up.

      If you’ve bought the Mixture, then after your’ve massaged your scalp with the warm oil, then apply the mixture directly on the area with thinning and slow growth.

      Do this every night for about 1-2 months. Please keep me updated on your hair growth journey.

      Also, please keep in mind that this may or may not work for you, but the key is to be consistent. If you are consistent they we will know if it was helpful. If it wasn’t, please write back. I am sure we can work on another plan to help restore your hair, if it is possible.

      Your story is very hopeful, so please do not be anxious.
      However, keep an eye on it. If you notice excessive shedding or if the area spreads or you start to experience more hair loss, please message me again. I am always happy to help you through this confusing and frustrating journey.

      Have a great day!
      ~Jass xo

  20. Alina says:

    Hi Jass! I have been noticing my hair falling out for over 15 year. About 8 years ago it’s been getting thinner. You can see my scalp in the front because of the thinning. Went to a dermatologist and he said I have alopecia. What would you recommend? I have tried castor oil and different masks for my hair nothing had helped. I see lil hairs but not sure if that’s regrowth and it’s not all over maybe a few in different spots. I don’t have bold spots just thinning mostly in the front.

    Thank you,

  21. Molly says:

    Hi Jass. I came across your videos and liked your hair journey alopecia free. I do not know whether what i have is alopecia. But i lost most of my middle hair for about 5 years now. Am totally bald and i tried using the black Jamaican castor oil, coconut oil Swiss hair products and many different masks and other . Last year December i shaved off my entire hair hoping to regrow my bald spot and i was desperite. And i thought I was doomed and bald at a very young age. I really need your help. Am in Africa, Namibia. I do not know if you do shipping this side.

  22. Linda Mcgee says:

    Hi … Im Curiously is my frsit time have to wash my hair … everyday weekend or 7 days wash hair .. I dont wanna wrong i need .Make sure wash shampoo 1 time everyday weekend or everyday 7 days ??

    • Hello Linda!
      I am happy to answer your question.

      You can wash your hair 1-2 times a week with the Stimulating Shampoo.

      If you use the Scalp Balm or Whipped Mixture and your hair feels a bit weighed down, you can rinse with water every morning.

      I hope this helps you.
      Have a great day!
      ~ Jass xo

  23. Cecilia Beard says:

    Jass, hello and thank you so much for creating such amazing products. I bought the entire line!
    I have said it once and will say it again, it has been such a blessing to me. By the time your products arrived, I was in tears and about to give up. My hair was coming out when I combed my hair and the bathroom floor had hair all over it. Once I began to use your products, my hair continued to come out because of the damage that was already done. My sweet husband just said, ‘keep using the new products’. My scalp stop itching, it was no long dry and it looked nourished. It was my miracle! It has been 1.5 months since I use began using the products and have stuck with an every day hair regiment. My hair is growing in and it is so healthy. I am amazed. Sorry for what you had to endure alone in order for all of us to have this product. However, I am glad you did. Thank you for being a friend and willing to put yourself out there for everyone to see. Again, thank you for everything. May God continue to bless you! Please sale in larger quantities.
    Left picture – (before w/split ends, dandruff and dry scalp)

    Right picture – (after w/no dandruff, moist scalp and healthy hair)

    Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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